Friday, March 27, 2020

Look Up!

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Hello!   I am over at the Picket Fence Studios Blog today with a fun graphic style card.  Picket Fence Studios has a wide variety of stamps and dies so that you can create something new and unique for every personality type in your life! With more and more of us currently sheltering in place, there has never been a better time to send out homemade happy mail.  Here is a little peek at today's card and you can view the entire card HERE.

I am also entering this in the Free 4 All Challenge - Look Up at SCS.



For this card, I die cut the Word Bubbles from an alcohol background then I created a shadow from black cardstock.  The sentiment is from Early Tulips Bouquet.  Lastly, I adore the birds from the Chirp, Chirp set so I added one! (Chirp Chirp also comes in a bundled set)


Thanks so much for stopping by.  Love, hugs, and wishes for your good health. 

Chirp Chirp    Chirp Chirp Bundle    Word Bubbles Die   Early Tulip Bouquet    


4 comments:

  1. This is honestly one of my fave cards you've ever made!

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  2. You are such a wonderful ambassador for any company lucky enough to have you on their design team Angie. Your creations always inspire me to get inky, thank you. xx

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  3. What a fabulous card Angie - love how you have used, and shadowed, the AI die cuts.
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  4. Aww! What a splendidly sweet, charming, creative card. I feel very inspired to partner birdies with speech bubbles now, too.

    Big hugs & many wishes for a serene first weekend of April,
    Autumn Zenith 🎃 Witchcrafted Life

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